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Indie developer uncovers nefarious plot to steal his game right out from under his nose

Indie developer uncovers nefarious plot to steal his game right out from under his nose

When games get popular on the Play Store, companies often try to copy their formula for success. But perhaps none have done it quite so blatantly as what's happening in the case of WorldBox, a game that indie developer Maxim Karpenko had been working for more than eight years when he discovered it was in the process of being stolen right out from under his nose.

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[Bonus Round] Dark Project, Papa Pear Saga, And Pretentious Game

[Bonus Round] Dark Project, Papa Pear Saga, And Pretentious Game

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got an impressively atmospheric survival horror game, a game that mixes Peggle and Angry Birds, and a game that's way too indie for you, man. Without further ado:

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Dark Project

Survival horror games are a bit under-represented on Android, but Dark Project seems to hit all the high points of the genre.

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iKoid Gaming Bundle Includes They Need To Be Fed, Bridge Constructor Playground, Hero Of Many, Don't Run With A Plasma Sword, And Streetfood Tycoon For $2.49

iKoid Gaming Bundle Includes They Need To Be Fed, Bridge Constructor Playground, Hero Of Many, Don't Run With A Plasma Sword, And Streetfood Tycoon For $2.49

If you simply can't wait for the next Humble bundle to roll around, there's now an Android-specific alternative available. iKoid is a new service that just released its first indie game bundle, this time at a fixed but very reasonable price of $2.49. It includes five games: They Need To Be Fed, Bridge Constructor Playground, Hero Of Many, Don't Run With A Plasma Sword, And Streetfood Tycoon Extreme, which would cost about $9 together on the Google Play Store.

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They Need To Be Fed (the original, not the sequel) and Don't Run With A Plasma Sword are the highlights here: one is a much-loved indie platforming game, and the other is a humor-filled throwback to action RPGs of days gone by.

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